Crown Island

Lee A. Jacobus

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Crown Island By Lee A. Jacobus Crown Island Crown Island the most beautiful of the Granite Islands ranging out from Quarrytown a harbor community in Connecticut is the magical world of Marie Wainwright and Peter Chello Their love defies thei

  • Title: Crown Island
  • Author: Lee A. Jacobus
  • ISBN: 9780980189452
  • Page: 487
  • Format: Paperback
  • Crown Island By Lee A. Jacobus Crown Island, the most beautiful of the Granite Islands ranging out from Quarrytown, a harbor community in Connecticut, is the magical world of Marie Wainwright and Peter Chello Their love defies their differences in class, status, age, and culture They are fated by the Gods to follow a challenging path While married to others, they keep their love alive for thirty yearCrown Island, the most beautiful of the Granite Islands ranging out from Quarrytown, a harbor community in Connecticut, is the magical world of Marie Wainwright and Peter Chello Their love defies their differences in class, status, age, and culture They are fated by the Gods to follow a challenging path While married to others, they keep their love alive for thirty years Marie, who has always lived on Crown Island, brings a world of knowledge to Peter, while Peter brings the muse back to her after the loss of her family Marie s novels become celebrated and Peter, an artistic stonemason and builder, discovers a richness in life that could never have been his had he not fallen in love with Marie His path leads him to an understanding of how to share the gifts of love and life he receives from his Idyll on Crown Island while staying true to his roots and his affection for Quarrytown.
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    1. Girls Gone Reading on said:

      Crown Island is first and foremost a romance It is set up as yet another Romeo and Juliet story a blue collar worker who falls for the local, rich celebrity And although this format has been used since people have been telling stories, it usually appeals to me greatly Crown Island was the rare exception I found it very difficult to relate to the characters and to the plot, and I found the love story unconvincing.I could not finish Crown Island, and I could not even make it to my usual abandon th [...]

    2. Robin Donovan on said:

      Finishing Crown Island by Lee Jacobus made me sad I am not optimistic about finding other novels as well written, insightful and relevant It is a modern novel with multi dimensional characters who are real enough to reach out and touch They are tragic as all humans are tragic at times, yet it s tragedy buoyed by hope and the hope is never lost, nor is it trivialized Jacobus is a modern novelist who understands his talent well enough to eschew shock for the sake of shock deftly escaping gratuitou [...]

    3. Gabrielle on said:

      I read this because of having spent summers in Guilford, CT It was good to read about the Thimble Islands, but I m not sure why the author went to such lengths to make a fictional world Why not just call it what it is The story is a pretty schlocky romance, but as a summer read, it was fun.

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